Meadowbrook Church event planned
The First Century Ministries will present the gospel message in period costume with wood-carvings and pottery demonstrations using 1st Century techniques at the Meadowbrook Church on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
The Southern Gospel Group “Sons of Liberty” will be in concert during the Morning Worship Service on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 10:30 a.m.
A Car/Motorcycle Show will follow from 2-5 in the afternoon.
Registration fee is $5 with trophies and dash plaques awarded.
Come bid quarters on gifts from 20 vendors! You MUST have a ticket to enter. They will not be sold at the door. The auction is Saturday, September 24 at 2 p.m. at Buckeye Local High School. Doors will open at 12.
Contact Troop Leader Danielle Nelson at 859-5726 today for tickets. Cost of ticket is $5. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Girl Scout Troop 8005.
You must be 18 and be able to attend to purchase a ticket!
This would be a great time to start Christmas shopping or to just spend a day out with friends.
Vendors to be on hand include:
The Pampered Chef, Dove Chocolate, Discoveries, Celebrating Home, Partylite, AdvoCare,
Mary Kay, Miche, 31, Tupperware, Premier Designs, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, Longaberger, Body by Vi,
Close to My Heart and more to be announced
The Glen Robbins Presbyterian Church will hold its 7th Annual Duck Race and Picnic at the Community Center on Sept. 11, 2011. The picnic will begin at noon with the duck race to start at 1. The festivities will run throughout the day.
Ducks will be available for purchase at $1.00 each on the day of the event. Food and beverages will also be available for all to enjoy. The event is open to the public. All proceeds benefit the church and community center.
Save the date of Oct. 15 for the Card/Games Party to be held at 6 p.m. at the community center. A $5 admission will include food and beverage.
Please call Dolly at 859-2224 for further information about either event.
The Alumni Committee would like to announce that their next reunion will be held on June 23, 2012 at the Wheeling Island Casino. Plans are underway and alumni will be notified of further details. They are also working to create an alumni room at the city building to house high school memorabilia recently removed from the now closed South Elementary.
It is the alumni group’s goal to create an atmosphere in which fellow graduates can visit and reminisce about their years as Yorkville High School Ductilites. The committee would like to thank the village mayor and council for allowing the use of the room in the city building. Anyone wishing to contribute to this project is asked to contact Tom Magnone at 859-2762. Any donation to assist in the room preparation would be greatly appreciated.
Village officials recently announced the purchase of the former Citizens Bank building on Grandview Avenue. In the near future, all village offices will be moved to that location. All furniture, computers, copy machines and the security system were included in the purchase. The purchase also included a lot south of the building.
Additional office space will be available for rent to interested professionals, furnished or unfurnished. There will be no charge for water, electricity, gas or the security system.
Anyone interested in renting office space is asked to contact Mayor Jerry Vinci at 859-6307.
Future plans for the building include a community center for use by civic or church groups.
The public is invited to attend the annual yard sale on September 3 beginning at 9:00 am sponsored by the village Beautification Committee. Please stop by Mazeroski Park to rent a table. Cost of table and yard sale location is $5. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the concession stand, as well as a plant sale and fund-raising activities. You may reserve a table by calling 859-9977. Donation of bake sale items is welcome. Come and enjoy the day with Rayland residents.
Congratulations to the Buckeye Local School District for achieving the rating of District of Excellence. Hats off to the staff, students and parents for a job well done. Best wishes for another safe, productive school year.
Come join the alumni band, majorettes and danceline this evening as they wow the crowd with their performance before the opening football game between the Panthers and visiting Utica.
Wishing our athletes, cheerleaders and band a successful season. Go Panthers!!!